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Hurricane Sandy; aftermath

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Far Rockaway »

The Department of Sanitation said cleanup will continue "until further notice."

Rockaway Beach »

The Army Corps of Engineers plan to restore beaches hit by Hurricane Sandy before next year.

Breezy Point »

Fires during Hurricane Sandy, including the Breezy Point fire, were caused by seawater hitting wires.

Mariners Harbor »

Business owners said they feel their damages were overlooked in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

New York City »

A plan to burn Sandy debris has some environmental groups up in arms.

Rockaway Beach »

Some 500 additional homes may be razed in the wake of the monster storm.

New York City »

Mayor Bloomberg announced Sunday that the odd/even license plate rule for gassing up would continue.

New Dorp Beach »

Congressman Michael Grimm said residents should let all wood submerged by storm water dry out.

Long Island City »

Artwork in storage at The Noguchi Museum sustained damage from the hurricane.

Civic Center »

A new program lets employees direct-deposit part of their paychecks into the mayor's Sandy recovery fund.

Jackson Heights »

A gas station in Jackson Heights is refusing to sell to anyone but cabs.

Baychester »

The Workmen’s Circle MultiCare Center in Baychester expected 40 evacuees. They received nearly 100.

New York City »

The nor'easter that hit New York Wednesday has set back the schedule of gasoline supply.

Roxbury »

After closing for the nor'easter, many FEMA recovery centers were still shuttered Thursday morning.

New York City »

With residents bracing for cold temperatures, the city and nonprofits are offering to help New Yorkers.